A structure that was once a bus garage on Hamlin Avenue, close to West Fillmore Avenue, is seen as a potential location for apartment buildings.
Smidgy was a beautiful miniature horse who was lucky enough to be bought by Susan Collins almost 30 years ago, when he was only six months old. What followed for the next many years was a mutual admiration and love between the two.
There is a new Mr. Iroquois, but the Mr. Congeniality crown had to be shared last week as hundreds gathered at the Iroquois High School Auditorium for an evening of entertainment to raise money for two charities, Feb. 16.
The Marilla Free Library has plans to expand within the next few years. The blueprint of the building, which was originally a public works project, has remained the same since the building was built in 1936.
The Iroquois Central School Board of Education held its first of three budget work sessions last week and announced a projected 3.89 percent spending increase to next year’s budget at a proposed $49.8 million.
When 98-year-old Lydia Ann Graham of Franklin, W. Va., died in April 1936, a longtime East Auroran became the last surviving War of 1812 widow.